Until the previous Release 3.1 dated back December 2016, the application of the EMVA 1288 standard with a simple linear model was limited to cameras with a linear response and without any pre-processing. While this model is being continued with some improvements in the “Release 4.0 Linear“ a new module “Release 4.0 General” has been added.
The new Release 4.0 automatically replaces the old Release 3.1 and is in effect starting June 21st, 2021.
Release 3.1, in effect since December 30, 2016
The new release contains only a few refinements and additions, because release 3.0 proved already to be a robust and stable release. The changes are listed in appendix D. The major additions are:
- Total SNR curve including the spatial inhomogeneities in the double-logarithmic SNR plot
- Plots of horizontal and vertical profiles for clear illustration of the spatial inhonogeneities
- Design of a template data sheet with a one-page summary sheet for easy camera comparison
Release 3.0, issued November 29, 2010
After the voting period for release 3.0 of the EMVA 1288 standard ended on November 26, 2010 and there were no objections against its publication, release 3.0 became final on November 29, 2010.
Release A2.01, issued August 2007
Module 1 & Module 2:
1. Characterizing the image quality and sensitivity of machine vision cameras and sensors
2. Linearity and linearity error
Release A1.03, issued September 2006
Characterizing the image quality and sensitivity of machine vision cameras and sensors
Basic Information – How the data sheet works
Presentations given during the workshop at VISION 2006 by Dr. Emil Ott, PCO
VISION 2006 Workshop
Presentations given during the workshop at VISION 2006 by Dr. Friedrich Dierks, Basler
General Introduction: Current Status of 1288 Standard, organization of the working group and the modular concept
Presentations given during the workshop at VISION 2006 by Martin Wäny, AWAIBA Chairman of the Working Group EMVA 1288.
Theory about what non-linearity means when measuring “true” colour
Presentations given during the workshop at VISION 2006 by Kari Siren, TVI VISION
Why we need 1288
Presentations given during the workshop at VISION 2006 by Prof. Bernd Jähne, University of Heidelberg